I never got a chance to see The Hobbit Trilogy in 48FPS due to my cinema not being able to show 48FPS material at the time, so I feel like I. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is a roaring success. I saw it in glorious 2D and loved it, as did the rest of my family (of very diverse tastes.). Therefore Peter Jackson decided to shoot the Hobbit in 48 fps to try to counter this effect, and to render a more realistic or what he deems.
The first time Peter Jackson presented footage from 'The Hobbit' at 48 Even with Battle of the Five Armies, the 48fps screenings are getting. The Hobbit director reveals negative reaction to 48fps version of An Unexpected Journey led him to make higher frame rate edition of sequel. In motion picture technology—either film or video—high frame rate (HFR) refers to higher frame The proposed Maxivision 48 format ran 35mm film at 48 fps, but was never commercially deployed. Unlike The Hobbit trilogy, which used 48 frames per second, the picture shot and projected selected scenes in frames .
Not everyone enjoyed the 48 fps clips from The Hobbit when they were shown at CinemaCon, but with big name. A funny thing happened at CinemaCon last week, when Warner Bros. previewed scenes from Peter Jackson's upcoming The Hobbit: An.